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20211201
500000

Operating Grant : Cannabis Research in Longitudinal studies International Verified Date 4 4 days until deadline

Deadline: December 01, 2021
Maximum Award: $500,000 CAD

Within its objective under the Canadian Institutes of Health Research Act, CIHR is charged with addressing emerging health challenges. CIHR is also positioned, as Canada's federal funding agency for health research, to provide focused public funding for emerging health challenges. Against this backdrop, and recognizing a need for independent research on cannabis health issues, CIHR is launching a funding opportunity for research projects. This current funding opportunity is comprised of two components: Existing Longitudinal Studies and a New Longitudinal Study on Cannabis Use in Veterans.

20211207
5000000

Team Grant : Heart Failure Research Network International Verified Date 10 10 days until deadline

Deadline: December 07, 2021
Maximum Award: $5,000,000 CAD

The purpose of this funding opportunity is to support a single nationally coordinated, interdisciplinary research Network (including patients, people with lived/living experience, family/caregivers, Indigenous Elders or Knowledge Keepers, government, policy makers, not-for-profit organizations, health care providers, researchers, clinicians and industry) focused on HF across the lifecycle, within various health delivery settings (including hospitals, primary care, home and community care as examples), and must consider HF in the context of multi-morbidity, Indigenous health and well-being and health disparities.

20211207
10000000

Other: SPOR Primary Care Network Canadian Verified Date 10 10 days until deadline

Deadline: December 07, 2021
Maximum Award: $10,000,000 CAD

The Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research (SPOR) is a national coalition of federal, provincial and territorial partner, including patients, health authorities, academic health centres, charities, philanthropic organizations, private sector, and others, dedicated to the integration of research into care. The aim of this funding opportunity is to support the development of a national SPOR Primary Care Network that will facilitate the reach, adaptation, and accessibility of successful patient-oriented primary and integrated health care innovations to new sites, new settings, and/or new populations. The Network will mobilize knowledge to inform and transform practice, clinical care, policy, and/or decision-making toward more optimal and equitable health outcomes. Through research, training, mentorship, collaborations and partnerships, the Network will build capacity for the ongoing application of patient-oriented primary and integrated health care knowledge.

20211207
100000

Operating Grant: Summer Program in Aging - Planning Grant International Verified Date 10 10 days until deadline

Deadline: December 07, 2021
Maximum Award: $100,000 CAD

The intent of this funding opportunity is to provide a planning grant to host the 2023 CIHR Institute of Aging’s Summer Program in Aging (SPA). SPA is the Institute of Aging’s flagship training program for graduate students. It is an intensive training program with the aim of providing graduate students and postdoctoral fellows involved in research on aging with a program of advanced training that crosses disciplines, sectors, institutions, and geography. The program brings together approximately 50 research trainees and numerous academic mentors in order to participate in interactive learning sessions.

20211220
450000

Operating Grant : TRANSCAN-3 Next generation cancer immunotherapy: targeting the tumour microenvironment International Verified Date 23 23 days until deadline

Deadline: December 20, 2021
Maximum Award: $450,000 CAD

TRANSCAN-3 aims at promoting highly innovative and ambitious collaborative projects in translational cancer research at the European and international level, and considers that, based on the previous grounds, it is timely and relevant to foster the translation of new knowledge on TME functions into clinical practices. The TRANSCAN-3 partners have agreed to focus their first Joint Transnational Call for proposals (JTC 2021) on: "Next generation cancer immunotherapy: targeting the tumour microenvironment".

20220106
2400000

Team Grant : Canadian Research Initiative on Substance Misuse (CRISM) Phase II: Regional Nodes International Verified Date 40 40 days until deadline

Deadline: January 06, 2022
Maximum Award: $2,400,000 CAD

Recognizing a need for independent research on substance use, CIHR is launching Phase II of the Canadian Research Initiative in Substance Misuse (CRISM). CRISM is currently comprised of four large multi-disciplinary, integrated teams (“Nodes”) of substance use researchers, service providers, decision makers and people with lived and living experience, collectively known as the “Network”. CRISM Phase II looks to build and expand on the successes during the Initiative’s first phase by: - increasing the number of Regional Nodes to enhance geographic coverage while maintaining the “Network of Networks” and expanding capacity - creating a dedicated coordinating and governance structure to strengthen the governance, coordination and communication functions of the Network - expanding the reach and impact of Indigenous (i.e., First Nations, Inuit, Métis, and Urban Indigenous communities) engagement in all aspects of the Network through an Indigenous-led platform - developing an integrated training platform to build research capacity - applying the Network’s clinical trial expertise for a new national controlled trial in the management of methamphetamine use disorder aligned with the NIDA CTN - enhancing knowledge translation (KT) capacity to successfully meet the evidence needs of policy and decision makers at the federal, provincial/territorial level and other jurisdictions, as well as increasing engagement with individuals with lived and living experiences

20220112
500000

Operating Grant : Cannabis Research in Longitudinal studies International Verified Date 46 46 days until deadline

Deadline: January 12, 2022
Maximum Award: $500,000 CAD

Within its objective under the Canadian Institutes of Health Research Act, CIHR is charged with addressing emerging health challenges. CIHR is also positioned, as Canada's federal funding agency for health research, to provide focused public funding for emerging health challenges. Against this backdrop, and recognizing a need for independent research on cannabis health issues, CIHR is launching a funding opportunity for research projects. This current funding opportunity is comprised of two components: Existing Longitudinal Studies and a New Longitudinal Study on Cannabis Use in Veterans.

20220113
1375000

Team Grant: Sleep Research Consortium International Verified Date 47 47 days until deadline

Deadline: January 13, 2022
Maximum Award: $1,375,000 CAD

The purpose of this funding opportunity is to support a Sleep Research Consortium focused on sleep hygiene and insomnia through the lifecycle. The Consortium will have a broad mandate that includes expertise across the CIHR research pillars (i.e., biomedical/basic; clinical; health systems services; and population health), multiple sectors (e.g.,government, charities/not-for-profits, and private organizations/industry), multiple stakeholders (e.g., communities, people with lived/living experience, families, caregivers), Indigenous Peoples (First Nations, Inuit or Métis, including Urban Indigenous communities); and focused on co-creating new knowledge and mobilizing knowledge to improve health outcomes as they relate to insomnia and sleep deprivation.

20220118
50000

Other: Planning and Dissemination Grants – ICS International Verified Date 52 52 days until deadline

Deadline: January 18, 2022
Maximum Award: $50,000 CAD

CIHR is offering planning and/or dissemination grants within the Institute/Initiative Community Support (ICS) Program. The Planning and Dissemination Grants are intended to provide support for planning and/or dissemination activities (either virtual or in-person) consistent with the mandate of CIHR and relevant to CIHR Institutes and Initiatives.

20220125
960000

Team Grant: Transitions in Care - Phase 2 International Verified Date 59 59 days until deadline

Deadline: January 25, 2022
Maximum Award: $960,000 CAD

The goal of the Transitions in Care (TiC) CIHR multi-Institute initiative is to improve the health and well-being of all peoples in Canada by supporting research that transforms the health system to optimize the outcomes of patients experiencing transitions in care. Since the launch of the initiative in 2018, 53 projects have been funded across Canada using a number of different funding mechanisms. The focus of this funding opportunity is to support inter-disciplinary teams that are poised and ready to optimize health outcomes during transitions in care. The grants will provide support to co-develop, implement, evaluate, and equitably spread and/or scale (share) pragmatic solutions to challenges associated with transitions in care from a clinical, health care or health system perspective.

20220212
12000

CIHR Institute of Health Services and Policy Research (IHSPR) Article of the Year Award Canadian 77 77 days until deadline

Deadline: February 12, 2022*
*NOTE: This deadline is an estimate based on previous years, but a confirmed deadline has not yet been published. We will update the deadline when it has been confirmed.
Maximum Award: $12,000 CAD

20220428
3025000

Team Grant : Healthy Cities Implementation Science (HCIS) International Verified Date

Deadline: April 28, 2022
Maximum Award: $3,025,000 CAD

The Healthy Cities Implementation Science (HCIS) Team Grants funding opportunity is offering grants focused on increasing our understanding of how to design, implement and promote the systematic and equitable uptake of evidence-based interventions (i.e. interventions that have been piloted or tested in a setting and found to be promising) in multiple urban environments to improve population health and well-being.

20220707
2035000

The Team Grants in Diabetes Prevention and Treatment in Indigenous Communities: Resilience and Wellness will support Indigenous-led and community-driven research that aims to reverse the upward trajectory of diabetes and associated co-morbidities (e.g. cardiometabolic disease) among First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples and their communities. The objective of this component is to define and integrate models of resilience and wellness into diabetes prevention and treatment approaches among First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples.

20220811
3025000

Team Grant : Healthy Cities Implementation Science (HCIS) International

Deadline: August 11, 2022*
*NOTE: This deadline is an estimate based on previous years, but a confirmed deadline has not yet been published. We will update the deadline when it has been confirmed.
Maximum Award: $3,025,000 CAD

The Healthy Cities Implementation Science (HCIS) Team Grants funding opportunity is offering grants focused on increasing our understanding of how to design, implement and promote the systematic and equitable uptake of evidence-based interventions (i.e. interventions that have been piloted or tested in a setting and found to be promising) in multiple urban environments to improve population health and well-being.

20220915
25000

CIHR Barer-Flood Prize for Health Services and Policy Research Canadian

Deadline: September 15, 2022*
*NOTE: This deadline is an estimate based on previous years, but a confirmed deadline has not yet been published. We will update the deadline when it has been confirmed.
Maximum Award: $25,000 CAD

Recognizes an outstanding contribution to health services and policy research, policy and/or care delivery in Canada.

20221010
100000

Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Gold Leaf Prizes Canadian

Deadline: October 10, 2022*
*NOTE: This deadline is an estimate based on previous years, but a confirmed deadline has not yet been published. We will update the deadline when it has been confirmed.
Maximum Award: $100,000 CAD

Honours excellence in health research and its translation into benefits for Canadians. These prizes, worth $100,000, are awarded every two years (with competitions closing in even-numbered years). These are institutional nominations;

20221018
1000000

Operating Grant: Addressing the Wider Health Impacts of COVID-19 International

Deadline: October 18, 2022*
*NOTE: This deadline is an estimate based on previous years, but a confirmed deadline has not yet been published. We will update the deadline when it has been confirmed.
Maximum Award: $1,000,000 CAD

This funding opportunity is part of Government of Canada's continued rapid response to address the health challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. This funding will enable rapid and timely research responding to the current and next phase of the wider impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada and around the globe.

20221122
12500

CIHR IPPH Trailblazer Award in Population and Public Health Research Canadian

Deadline: November 22, 2022*
*NOTE: This deadline is an estimate based on previous years, but a confirmed deadline has not yet been published. We will update the deadline when it has been confirmed.
Maximum Award: $12,500 CAD

Recognizes exceptional contributions in the area of population and public health research.

99991231

The goal of the CIHR-ICRH/CAAIF/AZ Canada/AllerGen Emerging Researcher Awards in Allergic Asthma is to enable Canadian allergists, clinical immunologists, MD clinician scientists, and basic scientists working in translational research to pursue academic research in allergic asthma.

99991231
525000

Standardization Platform on Age and Sex as Biological Variables International Verified Date

Deadline: TBD
Maximum Award: $525,000 CAD

This opportunity is to support the establishment of a multidisciplinary platform with the research expertise to identify best practices for studying sex and age as biological variables in basic science, provide training, and promote these methods and services.

99991231
450000

This program supports outstanding new investigators as they develop their careers as independent research scientists or clinician scientists to undertake high-quality cancer research, while in close collaboration and mentorship with established TFRI or CIHR-ICR-funded research teams

99991231

This funding opportunity supports the development and testing of innovative methodologies/designs of innovative clinical trials (iCT) that is integrated with the principles of Strategy for Patient-Oriented Research (SPOR).

99991231

This catalyst grant supports research to expand current evidence and understanding of disease prevention that will lead to future intervention studies.


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